One of the principal aspects of the modern wine-growing are surely the attention to the territory, the constant pursuit of high quality, the low environmental impact. Surely, to reach this one of the principal means is the low yields per vine, in poor words a low production of grapes.
This is a very important aspect if we would obtain quality. This technique of cultivation, in fact, allows the grapevine not to be exploited in terms of quantity but that it will repay certainly, in qualitative terms. You have to think only that if grapevine produces less, this confers to the grapes and the wines complex and elegant aromas and it creates the bases for the production of structured wines, of great body and fineness.
In short to earn is always the final consumer.